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STAGE TUBE: Watch Ricky Martin on Australia's THE VOICE

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Ricky Mrtin, who just finished his run in Evita, will be making his debut on the second season of the Australian version of The Voice. He has repaced Keith Urban who is now a judge on American Idol. Check out a promo of Martin in action at the blind auditions below!

Ricky Martin has been heralded as "an international pop icon and Latin Music's Global Ambassador" (Billboard). The Grammy-winning superstar has sold over 60 million albums and performed to sold-out stadium and arena audiences throughout the world. Evita marks Martin's eagerly awaited return to Broadway, where he previously starred as Marius in LES MISERABLES in 1996. Recently, Martin's critically praised autobiography "ME" debuted as a New York Times Bestseller, his latest album "Musica+Alma+Sexo" posted the strongest chart debut for a Spanish language album in 15 years, and he guest starred as Spanish teacher David Martinez on the hit-television series Glee. Martin is equally dedicated to extensive charitable work through the efforts of the Ricky Martin Foundation - which advocates for the well being of children around the globe in critical areas.

STAGE TUBE: Watch Ricky Martin on Australia's THE VOICE


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